ISLAMABAD Rawalpindi managed 218 for 8 on the second day of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy cricket match against Islamabad here at Diamond Club Ground on Tuesday. The first day was washed out. Hosts Islamabad decided to field first after winning the coins battle at wet surface and skipper Rauf Akbar got two wickets at total of 12 runs by the start of the innings. Later, Adnan Mufti (79) and Naveed Ashraf (48) saved their team Rawalpindi from a big disaster. Rawalpindi were 218 for 8 after using 52.1 overs. Zahid Mansoor contributed 37 runs. Rauf claimed four wickets by conceding 78 runs in 19 overs while chipped in two. Asher Zadi and Ameer Khan shared each one wicket. HBL keep SSGC progress in check Sui Southern Gas Corporation (SSGC) scored 116 for 6 against Habib Bank Limited (HBL) on the second day of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy cricket match at KRL Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi. Bilal Asad 45 and Saeed Bin Nasir 34 were the top scorer. Fahad Masood got two wickets for HBL. Summarised scores: SSGC 116/6 in 55 overs: (Bilal Asad 45,5x4, 126 balls, Saeed Bin Nasir 34, 6x4, 81 balls, Fahad Masood 2/21) Toss: HBL Umpires: Ahmed Shahab & Anisur Rehman Referee: Khalid Niazi Scorer: Shakeel Ahmad Bowlers dominate in SNGPL-Customs clash SNGPLs Rizwan Akbar (3 for 44) and Samiullah (2 for 24) restricted Pakistan Customs on 169 runs in their first inning of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match here at Murghazar cricket ground on Tuesday. Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) were 77 for four in their first innings. Ali Waqas was not out on 39 runs while Tahir Mughal sent three batsmen towards pavilion of SNGPL by paying 44 runs Summarised scorecard: Customs169 in 45.3 overs: (Ramiz Aziz 30, 6x4,52 balls, Aamir Yamin 26 not out, 5x4, 25 balls, Rizwan Akbar 3/44, Samiullah Niazi 2/24) SNGPL 77/4 in 30.3 overs (Ali Waqas 39 not out, 7x4, 88balls, Tahir Mughal 3/44) Toss: SNGPL Umpires: Zaheer Ahmed & Iqbal Butt Referee: Muhammad Javed Scorer: Mohammad Akbar. Karachi Whites off to good start Karachi Whites made a solid start against Lahore Shalimar on day-two of the sixth round four-day Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match here at the Gaddafi Stadium on Tuesday. Lahore had made 257 for all in their first innings on day-one and Karachi gathered 233 for three in 80.2 overs with opener Naveed Khan scoring unbeaten 108. Now Karachi are 23 runs behind Lahore total with seven wickets in hand and by the close of play, Atif Ali Zaidi was sent packing by Hasan Dar for valuable 58 and Afsar Nawaz was at the crease for 10. Mohammad Naveed took two wickets for Lahore for 54 runs while Dar had one for 50. Brief scores: Lahore Ravi 257 for all in 68.5 overs. Sohail Idrees 74, Ali Raza 71, Mohammad Saeed 31; Tabish Khan 3-69, Ali Mudassar 2-56, Akbar-ur-Rehman 2-46 and Shahzaib Khan 2-38) Karachi Whites 233 for three in 80.2 overs (Naved Khan 108*, Atif Ali Zaidi 58; Mohammad Naved 2-54, Hasan Dar 1-50). Toss: Karachi Whites Result: match still in progress Umpires: Mir Dad and Raweed Khan Referee: Mahmood Rasheed Scorer: Azhar Hussain. Tanveer rocks Lahore Ravi Karachi Blues Tanveer Ahmed took another five-wicket haul to give his team big first innings lead over Lahore Ravi on the second day of the four-day sixth round match of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy here at the National Stadium on Tuesday. His five for 65 restricted Lahore Ravis first innings to 190 giving the home team big 107 runs lead which was extended to 209 after Karachi Blues in their second knock posted 102 for four at the close of the days play. Tanveer Ahmed was ably assisted by off-sinner Atif Maqool who captured three for 30 to hasten the demise of Lahore first innings. Lahore Ravi, which had sent the home team in after winning the toss on the first day, resumed their innings at overnight total of 15 for one wicket. Wickets kept on falling at regular interval as soon as the innings began under a November morning sun. Tanveer struck early in the day to make Lahore Ravi three down for 71. Only three batsmen, opener Kashif Siddique (37), Shahnawaz Malik (38) and Junaid Ali (27) batted with some confidence to face a five man Karachi attack. After terminating visitors innings Karachi Blues began their second innings and despite losing an early wicket of opener Ali Asad who got out for 13 scored at steady pace to extend its advantage. Karachi opener Shahzaib Hasan, the first innings century maker, contributed 44 in the second knock before falling to Junaid Zia. Asad Shafique is bating 25 and Asim Kamal three. Wednesday is the third day of the match.